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Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2008 “The sight of Ray prompted the latest round of lawyer jokes, none of which were particularly funny, all of which drew howls at the punch lines.”
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, December 2007 “You’re going to give yourself a heart attack if you keep eating like that,” she said, frowning. George waived away her concern. “At the first sign of arrhythmia I’ll ask God for a continuance.”
Improving HR Service Quality By Stanley J. Dale Corporate Law Departments, December 2007 In case you didn’t get it from the title, HR Excellence, is written for the Human Resource professional who wants to discern processes to improve and increase the value of HR services in organizations.
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, October 2007 “A jury is twelve people who decide who has the best lawyer.”
Book review By Heather M. Fritsch Young Lawyers Division, February 2007 “This addictive tale of a young lawyer defending a black Vietnam war hero who kills the white druggies who raped his child in tiny Clanton, Mississippi, is John Grisham’s first novel, and his favorite of his first six."
A book review and personal recommendation By J.A. Sebastian Bench and Bar, June 2006 Three strings walk into a bar….
Book review: What You Need To Know About Social Security By John Voorn Elder Law, June 2006 As a significant part of my practice is in the area of elder law, several years ago I concluded that I needed to educate myself about how our Social Security system really works.
Book review—Issues in Long-Term Care By Edward J. Mitchell Elder Law, December 2003 The Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education has recently published Issues in Long-Term Care.
The Essential Formbook, Volume II, a review By Frank M. Grenard Corporate Law Departments, October 2001 Although it is billed as a "tool for lawyers," the second volume in the series prepared under the auspices of the American Bar Association's Law Practice Management Section would be better marketed to office administrators and advocates for changes in billing structures.